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From Gloucester county. We learn from a gentleman just returned from Gloucester county that the Federal have two or three regiments at Gloucester Point, and make frequent scouts into the surrounding country. On Wednesday, the 12th inst., Mr. Peter Smith was captured on the charge of having been concerned in the burning of the ship Alleghenian, in York river, and after being put in double irons was sent to Fortress Monroe on board the gunboat Chicora.His brother Washington Smith, who was Gloucester county that the Federal have two or three regiments at Gloucester Point, and make frequent scouts into the surrounding country. On Wednesday, the 12th inst., Mr. Peter Smith was captured on the charge of having been concerned in the burning of the ship Alleghenian, in York river, and after being put in double irons was sent to Fortress Monroe on board the gunboat Chicora.His brother Washington Smith, who was arrested on the same charge, was released. On Saturday last, the King & Queen Rangers made a dash on the Yankee pickets at Gloucester Point, killing four and capturing three. That night the Federal dashed into Gloucester C. H., with cavalry and artillery and captured three members of the Gloucester cavalry, (two of whom afterwards succeeded in making their escape,) and two of the Rangers. While there they went to the post-office and tore up the mail books and destroyed the goods of Mr. T. B.